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April 1982

A Comparison of Standard Cerebral Arteriography With Noninvasive Doppler Imaging and Intravenous Angiography

Author Affiliations

From the Departments of Surgery (Dr Turnipseed), and Radiology (Drs Sackett, Strother, Crummy, and Mistretta), University of Wisconsin Clinical Science Center, and Veterans Administration Hospital, Madison.

Arch Surg. 1982;117(4):419-421. doi:10.1001/archsurg.1982.01380280019005

† Standard cervical carotid arteriography was performed on 36 patients and compared with results of noninvasive Doppler arterial imaging and intravenous angiography (IVA). The 72 carotid arteries were anatomically classified by standard angiograms as follows: group 1 (normal), 13 arteries; group 2 (wall disease [50% stenosis]), 14 arteries; group 3 (moderate stenosis [50% to 75% stenosis]) 12 arteries; group 4 (severe stenosis [> 75%]), 15 arteries; and group 5 (complete occlusion), 18 arteries.

(Arch Surg 1982;117:419-421)